Two Exhumed Bodies of Tet Offensive Victims With Hands Bound
Two exhumed bodies of Tet Offensive victims with hands bound. "Two of over 70 bodies exhumed from mass shallow graves in the year of Gia Goi primary school show hands still tied as they were when assassinated three weeks prior during the TET offensive to "liberate" the imperial city of Hue, reports at the scene indicate most were leading citizens, officials of their families." Photo by Douglas Pike
Women Wounded in Hue During the Communist Tet Offensive in the Imperial City
ARVN forces and civilians aid a women wounded in Hue during the Communist TET Offensive in the imperial city. Hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed, wounded, crippled, or left homeless in the communist so-called "liberation" movement. Photo by Douglas Pike
Marine Fashions the U.S. flag in Preparation to Hoist it Over the Citadel, in the Imperial City
A U.S. Marine fashions the flag of his country to make a shirt staff in preparation to hoist it over the citadel in the Imperial city of Hue following 24 days of continuous battle for the prized objective during the Tet offensive by communist forces. Photo by Douglas Pike.